Friday, March 6, 2015

The 2015 Topps Heritage Baseball Perfect Error Card That Should Have Been

It’s Free Dress Friday here on All About Cards. That means anything goes. So put on your casual clothes and let’s look at the lighter side of Trading Cards.

In the past week All About Cards has been all about 2015 Topps Heritage Baseball. From a mobile friendly checklist to Action Image Variation Visual Checklist to a post on How To Spot 2015 Topps Heritage Error Cards.

We predicted all the error cards before the release of 2015 Topps Heritage in rather detailed form, but there was one error card we were hoping would be a little different.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

1966 Topps Baseball Rookies are the focus of our Throw Back Thursday Vintage TBT Cards for March 5, 2015

It’s time for another installment of Throw Back Thursday Vintage TBT Cards. It’s been all about the release of 2015 Topps Heritage Baseball this week from our mobile friendly checklist to a guide for finding error cards. So let’s pay tribute to the set Heritage is based on this year, 1966 Topps Baseball.
We covered this card, Jim Palmer’s rookie card from 1966. He is not the only Hall of Famer to have a rookie card in the ’66 release, there are two others. But when it comes to pricing, all three of those cards are eclipsed by another rookie, one that you might not even know about. Let’s take a look at those cards.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

2015 Topps Heritage Baseball Action Image Photo Variation Complete Visual Checklist

2015 Topps Heritage Baseball Action Image Variation cards are easy to spot but only if you’ve seen the base version of that card. It helps to find the code on the back of the card. This year that code ends with 262 unlike the base cards which end with 253.

But rather than just hunting for tiny codes on the back, we’ve made it simple for you to spot these cards by making a complete visual checklist of these Action Image Photo Variations.
As an example for comparison, above you will find the base card and Action Image Photo variation for card #1, Buster Posey. Below you will find all the Action Image Photo Variations alone, without base cards. If you think you have an SP Action Image Variation but you don’t it find here, it’s just a nice looking base card.

And we've made it even easier to get any of these cards, without having to hunt through packs. Click on any of the player's names below and that will take you to all available versions of that card currently listed on eBay. Many of them are Buy It Now options so you could have that card delivered to your door.

Here is our 2015 Topps Heritage Baseball Action Image Variation Complete Visual Checklist.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

2015 Topps Heritage Baseball Cards Complete Checklist

Here is our 2015 Topps Heritage Baseball Cards Complete Checklist. We have designed this for your ease of use and ability to find exactly the information you need without having to go through the entire list is your don’t want.  That also makes it very mobile device friendly. It was made to help you look up what ever you need on your phone everywhere you go.

Monday, March 2, 2015

First Live 2015 Topps Heritage has hit eBay and it can be yours today

It's here and it can be yours. 2015 Topps Heritage has hit eBay.  Here is a look.
If you want these, click on READ MORE to get the link.

1986 Fleer Michael Jordan Basketball Trading Card is the focus of Mint Monday

It's Monday, a day when hope springs eternal. Hope that this week will be perfect. It's also the perfect time to look for perfect cards. It's what we call Mint Monday.

Let's kick off the week with this PSA 10 1986 Fleer Michael Jordan Rookie card.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Topps Heritage Real One Autograph Cards are the focus of Signature Sunday

It’s late, but it’s still Sunday here and we are getting this Signature Sunday post just under the wire.. This week 2015 Topps Heritage Baseball releases. Rather than wait for next Sunday when the cards are live. we’ve decided to look at previous Heritage cards for one of our favorites, Real One Autographs.
So let's take a look at some of these autographs.

2015 Topps Baseball Series 1 Baseball Cards Box Break Recap And Review

For 2015 Topps has taken their flagship product, Series One Baseball Cards, in what appears to be a different direction from previous years when it comes to design, electing to go with bold graphics and plenty of color. We like that direction. This also makes it way to inserts and base auto hits. Another change is the expansion of the base card set from 330 to 351 base cards. Manufactured relics return and look great as do Coin & Stamp cards. Sparkles and Photo Variations also make an unannounced return. With great photo selection and cropping this year all of this adds up to one of the better Series on sets to come along in a while.

For the purposes of this review, we classify Series 1 as trading cards.  There are a wide variety of configurations in both retail and hobby.  We opened a box hobby box which contained 36 – 10 card packs with a promise of 1 autograph or 1 relic card per box.

Here are some of the cards we pulled.